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The Over Thirty Baseball League began in 1992 as a group of men who played pick-up games on Sunday mornings. In 1993, it organized into 4 teams. Today, OTB consists of 14 teams and 210 players that play organized baseball in the Lowell, Massachusetts area from April to October each year.
July 9, 2020: Sign up for our OTB Mobile Alerts to get text message alerts on rainouts! If you signed up last year then you are already in our system. If you are no longer with our league you can also opt-out. Standard data rates apply. You can also opt-out from receiving messages.
July 9, 2020:

Dear OTB Ballplayer

After many months of waiting and planning our regular season is here. If you have not done so please review our guidelines for practices, games. This is for your safety and the safety of others both on and off the field. Here is the link to our OTB COVID-19 page where you will need to sign 2 waivers and read 3 documents:

https://www.otbinc.com/otbcovid2020.html

Chris

Christopher Augeri
President
Over Thirty Baseball, Inc.

  News  
  OTB Hall of Fame: Ballots for the OTB Hall of Fame 2020 class are now available. Check out the HOF nomination page, download and submit the form for any player that you feel deserves a nomination. The deadline for submissions is August 31st.
  OTB Alerts: Sign up for our OTB alerts and get notified in advance of rainouts or field changes!
  Registration: 2020 OTB signup is now available for waitlist players.
OTB phone line: Call or text President Chris Augeri on the OTB phone line at 978-746-6232.
Rules Update: Check out the new 2020 revision to our rules.
New playing field: OTB now has the use of the baseball field at Northern Essex Community College in Haverhill thanks to new Astros manager Matt Garon!
2020 OTB Golf Tournament: Our annual golf fundraiser has been moved to Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at 8:00 AM at Four Oaks Country Club in Dracut. Stay tuned for more details.
OTB Uniforms: Check out our OTB uniform web page for new and returning players.
Meetings: The OTB board meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of each month as well as additional meetings such as player drafts. Meetings will be held online moving forward. Board members please check your email for details.
Cubs are now Astros: After 21 years the Cubs are now the Astros and will wear the old Nolan Ryan style uniforms.
OTB Champions: Check out the entire history of OTB champions from 1993 to present.
OTB Team Timeline: Check out a timeline of OTB teams from 1993 to present.
OTB Creed: Check out the OTB Creed.
John Gianino: Check out our tribute page for John, co-founder of OTB.
Lowell Sun interview: Check out the interview with OTB President Chris Augeri.
------------  Tributes  ------------
Jonathan Anglero: Check out the GoFundMe page for OTB Twins player Jonathan Anglero's wife Maxine's family in the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.
Jillian Sullivan: Please view the obituary for OTB Cubs’ Mike Sullivan’s daughter Jillian Anne Sullivan.
Drew Donahue: Former OTB Red Sox and Athletics player and OTB Treasurer passed away on August 3rd.
Obituary: Jay Quattrochi, former OTB Indians player from 1999-2000.
Dave Bernardini: Check out the GoFundMe page for OTB Yankees Dave Bernardini.
Kristen Fratus: Check out the GoFundMe page for OTB Dodgers legend Mike Fratus’ daughter Kristen.
Justin Poitras: Check out the GoFundMe page for OTB Giants Mike Poitras’ nephew Justin Poitras who passed away suddenly.
Gabrielle Bernardini: Check out the GoFundMe page for Gabrielle Bernardini, wife of OTB Giants' Steve Bernardini. The GoFundMe page will help defray medical expenses for Gabby who has breast cancer that has since metastasized to her brain, making her unable to work.
Scott Merrill: Check out the GoFundMe page for OTB Red Sox veteran Scott Merrill.
John Pelrine: Check out the GoFundMe page created for former OTB player John Pelrine.
Oakley Anthony: Check out the GoFundMe page for OTB co-founder John Gianino's grandson Oakley Anthony.
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